A special thank you goes out to Visit Tallahassee for providing my family access to experience Zip Lining at Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum. Opinions expressed are that of my own.
A few weeks ago, I had shared that I would be visiting Tallahassee Florida with my family.
Well during our trip, we got an opportunity to Zip Line and explore the obstacles at Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum.
According to their website, Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum offers 3 different courses to choose from: TREEmendous Adventure, Canopy Crossing, and Soaring Cypress. All courses are based on height eligibility rather than age, and can be completed without any previous experience.
Over 70 obstacles will have participants swinging from ropes, crossing log bridges, and surfing through the sky.
This was actually my second time zip lining and had found my previous experience extremely relaxing. Needless to say I was excited to introduce this adventure to my kids.
My hubby decided to hang out on the sidelines and take photos. This worked out well since my daughter was on the Treemendous Adventures Course and required supervision.
Now just to give you an idea of how it works at Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum, first have you sign a waiver for you and/or minor participants, and this can be done either online or in person.
Next they fit you with your gear, and with a group attendees you receive training on a small course. They will teach you the proper way to attach yourself, explain the safety rules, and show how to move along the trees and the lines.
Since my son and I were participating in the Canopy Crossing Course, in order to proceed we had to show that we could properly navigate the small course by attaching ourselves and crossing a small zip line. I acted as his personal coach, and we made it through the test together.
It was then time to head to the Trees and we definitely got a work out. I highly recommend arriving as early as possible in the morning due to the heat.
Tip: You are welcome to bring a camera or recording device, however they do take photos on the course that can be purchased when you finish up. The two photos of my kiddos Zip Lining were purchased.
As for course time, the Treemendous Adventures and Canopy Crossing are supposed to take 45 minutes to complete (this does not include the training).
The Soaring Cypress course is said to take over 2 hours depending upon your skill set.
After tackling these courses, we then ate lunch at the Trail Break Cafe, and explored the Tallahassee Museum to check out the resident animals including Deer, Bears, and Florida Panthers.
Needless to say it was a fun filled day and we can’t wait to Zip Line again.
Have you ever Zip Lined before? If so which kind of course did you use?
For admission rates, hours of operation, and to learn more about Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum, visit tallahasseemuseum.org/treetotreeadventures. You can also check them out on Facebook at facebook.com/tallahasseemuseum and Twitter at twitter.com/tallymus.
I hope you find this information about Zip Lining at Tree to Tree Adventures at the Tallahassee Museum helpful, and stay tuned as I continue to post Family friendly attractions in the Tallahassee area.
Carlee @ FLL